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teachers need chocolate! persuasion examples

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Last updated 09 October 2014, created 19 February 2012, viewed 52,963

After many struggles in teaching persuasion and marking 'persuasive' writing, I developed this essay based on the need for teachers to have a free chocolate...all the time! The bad example is based on the mistakes that the kids were making. The good example highlights sentence openers etc. that they can use...

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Great! Thanks!

from IrelandWoodConnelly, 09 October 2014
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Very handy!

from aroraruchi, 16 August 2014
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What an excellent resource! Thanks so much for sharing it.

from mia72, 04 July 2014
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Excellent, thank you!

from debra13, 11 June 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Fantastic. Going to try it with a year 4 class as a discussion piece.

from MrHemsley, 08 June 2014
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